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2nd World Conference on Industrial Chemistry and Water Treatment, will be organized around the theme “Riding New Waves in Industrial Chemistry and Water Treatment”

Industrial Chemistry 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Industrial Chemistry 2017

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Water is a critical ingredient in chemical manufacturing operations; consistent and high-quality supplies are needed for a range of purposes including production, material processing, and cooling.
Water treatment systems have to often comply with very stringent industry specific qualifications and certifications.
A stable and guaranteed water supply is critical and duty stand-by solutions are frequently requested from end-users.

 

Applications

 Ultrapure water production

 

Technology overview

 Multimedia filtration
 Activated carbon
 Reverse Osmosis
 Electro-deionization
 Ion exchange
 Polishing mixed bed
 Ultra filtration
 UV disinfection
 UV (TOC reduction)
 UPW monitoring

Food and beverage producers are constantly looking for production optimization while achieving the highest levels of quality and compliance.

Industrial Chemistry 2017 provides sustainable complete solutions for ingredient, water and waste water treatment in food and beverage industry considering a wide range of technologies and strategies.

Applications

 Drinking water treatment
 Boiler water treatment
 Cooling water treatment
 Ingredient water treatment
 Corn wet milling
 Gelatin Concentration
 Juice processing
 De-alcoholization
 Maple syrup
 Whey protein concentration
 Milk protein concentration
 Protein separation
 Fat/Microbial Removal
 Lactose concentration
 Brine Clarification

Technology overview

 Multimedia filtration
 Micro-filtration
 Ultrafiltration
 Ultra-filtration
 Nanofiltration
 Reverse Osmosis
 Ion exchange
 Electro-deionization

Food and beverage producers are constantly looking for production optimization while achieving the highest levels of quality and compliance.

Industrial Chemistry 2017 provides sustainable complete solutions for ingredient, water and waste water treatment in food and beverage industry considering a wide range of technologies and strategies.

Applications

 Drinking water treatment
 Boiler water treatment
 Cooling water treatment
 Ingredient water treatment
 Corn wet milling
 Gelatin Concentration
 Juice processing
 De-alcoholization
 Maple syrup
 Whey protein concentration
 Milk protein concentration
 Protein separation
 Fat/Microbial Removal
 Lactose concentration
 Brine Clarification

Technology overview

 Multimedia filtration
 Micro-filtration
 Ultrafiltration
 Ultra-filtration
 Nanofiltration
 Reverse Osmosis
 Ion exchange
 Electro-deionization

Water is widely used in industry, whether it is encountered as raw water, process water or waste water.

Very often this water must be treated before entering the process to ensure its quality and properties will meet the specifications demanded by the industrial process. In addition, with recent discharge regulations and policies towards zero liquid discharge, there is a high demand for solutions for recycling and reuse of waste water produced.

Industrial Chemistry 2017 provides sustainable and complete solutions for water and waste water treatment for industrial water considering a wide range of technologies and strategies.


Applications

 Water and waste water reuse
 Drinking water
 Boiler feed water
 Cooling water

Technology overview

 Multimedia filtration
 Micro-filtration
 Ultrafiltration
 Ultra-filtration
 Nanofiltration
 Reverse Osmosis
 Ion exchange / Softener
 Electro-deionization
 Corrosion control (chemicals)
 Disinfection (UV / ozone / chemicals)

Water is a critical ingredient in chemical manufacturing operations; consistent and high-quality supplies are needed for a range of purposes including production, material processing, and cooling.
Water treatment systems have to often comply with very stringent industry specific qualifications and certifications.
A stable and guaranteed water supply is critical and duty stand-by solutions are frequently requested from end-users.

 

Applications

 Ultrapure water production

 

Technology overview

 Multimedia filtration
 Activated carbon
 Reverse Osmosis
 Electro-deionization
 Ion exchange
 Polishing mixed bed
 Ultra filtration
 UV disinfection
 UV (TOC reduction)
 UPW monitoring

Water is widely used in industry, whether it is encountered as raw water, process water or waste water.

Very often this water must be treated before entering the process to ensure its quality and properties will meet the specifications demanded by the industrial process. In addition, with recent discharge regulations and policies towards zero liquid discharge, there is a high demand for solutions for recycling and reuse of waste water produced.

Industrial Chemistry 2017 provides sustainable and complete solutions for water and waste water treatment for industrial water considering a wide range of technologies and strategies.


Applications

 Water and waste water reuse
 Drinking water
 Boiler feed water
 Cooling water

Technology overview

 Multimedia filtration
 Micro-filtration
 Ultrafiltration
 Ultra-filtration
 Nanofiltration
 Reverse Osmosis
 Ion exchange / Softener
 Electro-deionization
 Corrosion control (chemicals)
 Disinfection (UV / ozone / chemicals)

Water is widely used in industry, whether it is encountered as raw water, process water or waste water.

Very often this water must be treated before entering the process to ensure its quality and properties will meet the specifications demanded by the industrial process. In addition, with recent discharge regulations and policies towards zero liquid discharge, there is a high demand for solutions for recycling and reuse of waste water produced.

Industrial Chemistry 2017 provides sustainable and complete solutions for water and waste water treatment for industrial water considering a wide range of technologies and strategies.


Applications

 Water and waste water reuse
 Drinking water
 Boiler feed water
 Cooling water

Technology overview

 Multimedia filtration
 Micro-filtration
 Ultrafiltration
 Ultra-filtration
 Nanofiltration
 Reverse Osmosis
 Ion exchange / Softener
 Electro-deionization
 Corrosion control (chemicals)
 Disinfection (UV / ozone / chemicals)

Chemistry Conferences-Water Conferences -Nanotechnology is science, engineering, and technology conducted at the nanoscale, which is about 1 to 100 nanometers. Nanotechnology in water treatment Nano materials have unique size-dependent properties related to their high specific surface area (fast dissolution, high reactivity, strong sorption) and discontinuous properties (such as super para magnetism, localized surface plasmon resonance, and quantum confinement effect). These specific nano based characteristics allow the development of novel high-tech materials for more efficient water and waste water treatment processes. Research in engineering of polymers and nano technology primarily focuses on efforts to design advanced materials at a molecular level to achieve desirable properties and applications at a macroscopic level. With this broad focus, research ranges from fundamental scientific investigations of the interactions, properties and assembly of such molecular constituents to applied, engineering efforts that translate such fundamental information to futuristic technological advances. New developments and research in nano science and technology in another way leading to the development of industrial chemistry.  Fullerenes are very interesting molecules in themselves and provide a way into studying carbon nanotubes in terms of their structure of molecules and applications in nanotechnology.

Chemistry Conferences: petrochemicals industry is broadly defined as that industrial activity which uses petroleum or natural gas as a source of raw materials and whose products are neither fuels nor fertilizer. The petrochemical industry begins with oil refineries or extracting plants built to remove ethane and higher hydrocarbons from natural gas streams; sometimes methane itself is used as a source material or feedstock. The industry is so varied that analysis by specific compound or class of compound is the most effective method of presentation. Industrial chemistry  today can be divided roughly into four major areas. In order of their current economic importance they are polymers, petrochemicals, synthetic materials (other than polymers), and miscellaneous organic materials lumped together under the general heading of "fine chemicals". 

Chemistry Conferences-Greenhouse gas emissions are produced as the by-products of various non-energy-related industrial activities. That is, these emissions are produced from an industrial process itself and are not directly a result of energy consumed during the process. For example, raw materials can be chemically transformed from one state to another. This transformation can result in the release of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), and nitrous oxide (N2O). The processes addressed in this chapter include iron and steel production and metallurgical coke production, cement production, lime production, other process uses of carbonates (e.g., flux stone, flue gas desulfurization, and glass manufacturing, ammonia production and urea consumptionpetrochemical production, aluminum production, soda ash production and use, titanium dioxide production, CO2 consumption, ferroalloy production, glass production, zinc production, phosphoric acid production, lead production, silicon carbide production and consumption, nitric acid production, and adipic acid production.

industrial processes generated emissions of 326.5 teragrams of CO2 equivalent (Tg CO2 Eq., or 4.9 percent of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. 

Catalysis in industryChemical reactorsCracking and related refinery processesDistillationGreen ChemistryRecycling in Chemical Industry are the different industrial processes.

Chemistry Conferences-Pharmaceutical Chemistry is that the science handling the composition and preparation of chemical compounds utilized in medical diagnoses and therapies. Medicinal chemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry square measure disciplines at the intersection of chemistry, particularly especially synthetic organic chemistry, and pharmacology and numerous alternative biological specialties, wherever they're committed style, chemical synthesis and development for market of pharmaceutical agents, or bio-active. Pharmaceutical chemistry encompasses drugs design, drug developed, drug synthesis , and also the analysis of drug effectivity (how effective it's in treating a condition) and drug safety. before the nineteenth century, colleges of pharmacy trained pharmacists and physicians the way to prepare medicative remedies from natural organic product or inorganic materials. By discovering and structurally characterizing compounds with medicative activity, chemists square measure ready to style new medicine with increased efficiency and shriveled adverse side effects.

Chemistry Conferences - Metallurgy is a domain of materials science  and engineering that studies the physical and chemical behaviour of metallic materials and elements, their intermetallic compounds, and their mixtures, which are called alloys. Materials science, also commonly known as materials science and engineering or metallurgic engineering, is an interdiscals with the discovery and design of new materials, with an emphasis on solids. Powder metallurgy, or PM, is a recognized green technology and process for forming metal parts by heating compacted  metal  powders to just below their melting points. Main areas of metallurgy includes physical metallurgy, extractive metallurgy  and the new developments in manufacturing process. The challenge of new materials in aerospace industry and the new strategies in thermodynamics involved in metallurgy industry will give the scope for advanced development in metallurgic industry.